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20 Jul 2019 02:05:53
DAL-DET-MIN


MIN gets THJ, Maker, Khyri Thomas, DET 2020 1st rounder


DET gets Wiggins

DAL gets Reggie Jackson


Jackson
Lee
Luka
Powell
KP


Teague
THJ/ Okogie
Covington
Maker/ Bell
Town/ Dieng


Rose/ Whitehead
Kennard/ Galloway/ Snell
Wiggins/ Doumbouya
Griffin/ Morris
Drummond.

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20 Jul 2019 01:31:21
Celtics get

Steven Adams

Terrance Ferguson


Timberwolves get

Chris Paul

Gordon Hayward

Thunder get

Serge Ibaka

Jeff Teague

Robert Covington

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

OG Anunoby

Josh Okogie

Robert Williams III


Raptors get

Mike Muscala,Andrew Wiggins and a 1st from okcs Miami 2021 pick.

Celtics get a needed big man plus a young wing,

Timberwolves get rid of Wiggins and get 2 former Allstars that would be good for towns and Culvers development and create a winning culture.

Raptors get a home town boy in Wiggins Muscala and a first round pick.

Okc bet a few good young player to develop expiring contracts and trade assets in Covington and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and buy and streach teauge yo save money.

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19 Jul 2019 15:57:40
I'd like to see Okc grab a scorer to go with SGA in the backcourt. They have the assets for Beal, but why not go for Booker who's under contract for 5 years?

Is there a way to fill out a deal that looks like this?

Okc gets Booker

Washington gets Schröder, Ferguson, Diallo, picks

Phoenix gets Beal

Okc gets a nice fit next to SGA, Washington cashes in a bit on Beal instead of losing him for nothing, and Phoenix guns for a playoff spot with a nice young lineup (Rubio, Beal, Oubre, Saric, Ayton).

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19 Jul 2019 16:36:53
Washington is getting screwed.

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19 Jul 2019 17:28:56
Short on salary going from OKC to Washington. About $9 mil.

Unless OKC is using their $10 mil trade exception and going $14 mil over the luxury tax for a non-championship contending team. That would be a $30 mil luxury tax bill at the end of the year.

Washington will want the 2 Miami picks plus 2 other 1st. And OKC runs the risk of being competitive enough to loose their 2020 and 2024 picks.

Doesnt seem smart for OKC to do.

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19 Jul 2019 19:38:20
Booker is younger and better than Beal. doesn't make since for phoenix to trade their franchise player.

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19 Jul 2019 20:11:07
Idk about better.

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19 Jul 2019 21:24:35
Not better. Beal 2 All-Stars, Booker 0 All-stars.

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19 Jul 2019 23:22:29
Put Booker in the east and he's an all star the last 3 seasons. West was loaded with guards. Bookers #s were better than walkers, and Walker made nba first team.

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19 Jul 2019 23:48:01
In all fairness, ones in the east, where it’s much easier to be an all star. But still, i'd take Beal slightly over Booker.

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20 Jul 2019 01:12:46
We’ve seen Beal perform on good teams and in the playoffs, he’s a more efficient player, he’d have more allstar appearances if he would have been healthier his first couple years, and he’s a significantly better defender.

Booker is an allstar caliber player and would clearly be an asset to any good team, but it’s hard to tell really how good he is until he gets on a good team. Plus there would be a big learning curve for him in his first year with a good team.

I feel like Beal is the safer of the two and imo the player you’d want if your team is ready to win now. That said, Booker could be a top 10 player in this league in a few years. He’s good and could just continue to get better.

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20 Jul 2019 04:37:42
I’d be comfortable with Beal as 2nd option on a championship team not so much Booker. Just my view.

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19 Jul 2019 10:14:34
Say booker wants a chance to win a title and he wants out of PHX to a contender


PHX-DEN-HOU



PHX gets DEN 2020 1st, Milsap, Barton, Craig


DEN gets Booker, Ty Johnson, Eric Gordon
And future HOU 1st rounder

HOU gets MPJ, Baynes,


Rubio
Oubre/ Craig/
Barton/ Bridges/ Johnson
Milsap/ Saric
Ayton/ Kaminsky


Murray/ Beasley
Harris / Ty Johnson
Booker/ Gordon
Grant/ Plumlee
Jokic/ Bol Bol


RW/ Rivers
Harden/ Green
Tucker/ MPJ
Baynes/ Faried
Capela/ Chandler.

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19 Jul 2019 10:51:05
Not sure that Booker has the cache to force his way out of Phoenix. at least not yet.

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19 Jul 2019 10:54:56
Must include at least Harris to PHX.

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19 Jul 2019 14:07:00
OKC has DEN 2020 1st and PHX would say not to that trade they don't get enough back.

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19 Jul 2019 19:41:44
How is Denver getting all that, and not giving up anything of value? The best asset they're giving up is porter Jr, and he just got hurt again and hasn't done a single thing. Not to mention Phx gives up test player plus 25 million in expiring money, while getting nothing of value back. Gtfoh.

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19 Jul 2019 09:21:15
Min-Cle

Min gets love and cedi

and sign A. Benneth

Cle gets culver, okogie, bates-diop and dieng

Both teams core rotation players

Cle larry nance-culver.

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19 Jul 2019 11:53:56
Wjy does Minny want an old Kevin Love?

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19 Jul 2019 14:56:36
Absolutely no from Minnesota. Minnesota actually hangs up the phone laughing, thinking it was an April Fool's joke or a prank call.

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19 Jul 2019 14:58:27
Minny seems like the kind of team that's desperate to win. Love going there might not make sense on the court. But they're like the worse version of Houston, just go all in even if it doesn't make sense.

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19 Jul 2019 17:32:34
The only thing that Minny is really missing is a coach who can bring out the best from these players.

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19 Jul 2019 05:16:21
Honestly i don't know Gallo's worth in a trade. He can score and be helpful to a playoff team so i came up with this let me know if this trade is fair for both sides I feel like it is.

OKC SAS
SAS get Gallinari
OKC get Mills, Belinelli, WalkerIV
Then whatever team needs to add whatever picks if any are needed?

SAS get an expiring contract and a clear 3rd option behind Derozan and Aldridge. They free up some time for their younger guards and get out of Mills 13 mil for the 20-21 season.

OKC mainly does this to add WalkerIV to their young rebuilding core with potential. They do get Mills so they can trade Schroder for anything that will free up salary cause they don't need him, and they would still have a Guard that can play when Paul gets injured. Belinelli could help mentor the younger wings.

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19 Jul 2019 12:02:09
Spurs going through a transition to a youth movement. They are not goving up Walker just to free themselves of 1 year of Mills. If anything Derozen (Trade dradline) will be moved to make room for walker and the youngsters. Now something like Derozen for Gallo + Roberson + pick to get OKC under the luxury tax would be considered.

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19 Jul 2019 05:14:46
LAL-WAS

LAL Receive:
Bradley Beal
Ian Mahinmi
2021 Second Round Pick

WAS Receive:
Kyle Kuzma
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
Alex Caruso
Lakers 2022 First Round Pick

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19 Jul 2019 08:50:39
Money is a big problem.

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19 Jul 2019 12:07:40
Salaries not close to matching snd Lakets can not trade 2022 pick because of Stepien Rule and the protections on the 2021 pick that went to New Orleans.

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19 Jul 2019 05:11:30
OKC-MIN

Oklahoma City Thunder Receive:
Andrew Wiggins
Shabaz Napier
Jarrett Culver
Josh Layman
2020 Top 9 Protected First Round Pick
2022 First Round Pick
2023 Second Round Pick
2025 Second Round Pick

Minnesota Timberwolves Receive:
Steven Adams
Danilo Galinari
Nerlens Noel
2024 First Round Pick (Via LAC)
2021 Second Round Pick

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19 Jul 2019 08:52:12
So the Wolves will end up with Towns, Adams, Noel, Bell, Dieng and Vonleh and very thin on wings. And money is not close to working.

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19 Jul 2019 12:13:13
I was looking at the Chris Paul Andew Wiggins back court for the forseeable future. LOL. Living in the Luxury tax lane.

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19 Jul 2019 05:02:06
DAL-ORL

Dallas Mavericks Receive:
Aaron Gordon
Evan Fournier
2021 Top 10 Protected First Round Pick
2022 Second Round Pick

Orlando Magic Receive:
Tim Hardaway Jr
Dwight Powell
Courtney Lee
2020 Top 7 Protected First Round Pick
2024 Second Round Pick

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19 Jul 2019 12:18:02
Becwuse dallas doesn't own a 2021 first, they cannot trade the 2020 first until draft day (so no need for top 7 protection) . But at that time Lee will not be tradable because he will be an expiring contract after the trade deadline. So, this rumor is not possible without changes.

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19 Jul 2019 15:29:37
Why would Orlando do this at all? Do you care for the Amway Center too?

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19 Jul 2019 03:53:53
DET-OKC-CHA

DET: Chris Paul & lowest OKC 1st
- sign Carmelo to vet min

Paul/Rose/Frazier
Kennard/Brown/Thomas
Anthony/Doumboya
Griffin/Morris
Drummond/Maker/Wood

OKC: Snell, Monk, Zeller, Biyombo (exp), Jackson (waive), 1st round pick CHA, 2nd round pick DET

SGA/Schroeder
Monk/Ferguson/Diallo
Snell/Roberson/Nader
Gallinari/Patterson
Noel/Bazley/Zeller/Biyombo

CHA: Adams & Galloway

Rozier/Graham
Bridges/Galloway/Bacon
Batum/MKG
Williams/Washington
Adams/Hernangomez

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19 Jul 2019 04:08:36
Adams is not going to get OKC a young talent AND a lottery pick.

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